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SEPPIC opens a Customer Technical Service Centre in Brazil

After Europe, Asia and North America, SEPPIC has announced the official opening of its fourth Customer Technical Service Centre (CTSC) in São Paulo, Brazil. The aim of the Air Liquide Healthcare subsidiary is to make its formulation expertise available to customers in the South American continent.

Customers all over the world have specific needs that can be met with local services. It is a fundamental of SEPPIC to provide its customers in all places with a premium local service, building on its unique combination of expertise acquired over many years,” explains the company in a release.

Latin America was selected because of the increasing demand from personal care manufacturers in the region. However, beyond personal care products, the centre will also adapt formulations to the needs of pharmaceutical and vaccine producers.

SEPPIC started last year the formulation of cosmetics specially adapted to the Brazilian market. The official opening of the Centre further strengthens the implementation of the specialty chemical supplier in Brazil.

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